In north Wales, snow is still making conditions tricky with hazardous driving conditions in Gwynedd, Conwy and Denbighshire. On the A55 at Queensferry one lane is starting to get covered with snow but gritters will be out overnight.
The A4061, Bwlch Mountain Road, in Rhondda Cynon Taf has been closed due to snow. The Brynamman and Maerdy mountain roads are also closed until further notice.
There are 'be aware' warnings from the Met Office for snow in North East Wales and rain in South Wales. The amber 'be prepared' warning for snow just reaches Wrexham.
More snowfall in the Valleys has meant that the A4233 Maerdy Mountain Road has been closed between Oxford Street, Maerdy, and Highland Place, Aberdare.
There has been further snowfall this morning across many parts of South Wales. The A4069 has been closed between Arfryn, Brynamman, and Walters Roads, Llangadog, due to dangerous driving conditions.
The Met Office have issued a yellow warning - meaning 'be aware' - for snow in north-east Wales. Further snowfall is likely in this area, particularly over hills and mountains.
As the snow melts in the south, Wales is braced for further disruption as there's a yellow warning for flooding in place.
The Met Office is urging people to be cautious when travelling, due to adverse weather conditions.
After a week of snowfall it is finally beginning to get warmer, with schools reopening and sides streets now passable.
But some of our small businesses are still reeling from the after-effects of the poor weather - as David Wood reports.
Newport schools are expected to be open this morning - we'll update you asap if any problems are reported.From @NewportCouncil on Twitter: